As a church, we commit ourselves to support the work of three mission organisations each year through prayer and financial support. A special service is held on the first Sunday of March year, with guest speakers from the organisations providing more insight into their work. One of these organisations will typically work locally to Newmarket, one will operate nationally and one will work internationally.
Additionally, we continue to support our long term mission, Newmarket & District Youth for Christ, with prayer and financial support.
|Newmarket & District Youth for Christ is our long term mission partner. The work with teenagers and young people in and around Newmarket. The main focus is schools work and they also get involved in special projects and events and help to run a number of youth groups. To find out more you can visit the Newmarket & District Youth for Christ website.|
Red Lodge is a population growth area not far from Newmarket where the Church of England desires to be a presence for mission and ministry. As part of a Local Ecumenical Partnership with the Methodist Church we are helping to support a paid full time Lay Worker funded jointly by the Anglican and Methodist Churches.
|The Tumaini Fund work in Kagera, NW Tanzania with some of the 200,000 orphans caused mainly by Aids. The orphans of Kagera desperately need Hope ("Tumaini" is Swahili for Hope) as many will go to sleep tonight, not in a bed, but on the ground, with no food in their stomach, no adult carer, no decent shelter, no chance of education. To find out more you can visit the Tumaini Fund website.|
|Newmarket Open Door is a charity providing vulnerable people with supported housing and training opportunities in Newmarket. They also run the Charity Superstore, Foodbank, Training Centre and the Recycling Centre to fundraise and to support the wider community. All Saints Church is a collection point for foodbank donations. To find out more you can visit the Newmarket Open Door website.|